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Help, installed NV4500, won't go into gear


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I just had my NV4500 rebuilt and installed it with the bell housing on, put on the slave cylinder, clutch felt a little loose go to put into gear and it will not go into gear

Clutch goes almost to floor before I feel pressure

What could have been misaligned ? I felt the splines go in, and the drive shay would turn, etc

Any suggestions would be appreciated

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Thanks for the replies. :thumb1:  :thumb1:   It would go into gear when the engine was off, but not if it was running.   but it would not start with the clutch depressed when in gear.    OK, I re-installed the clutch housing.  I placed the fork on the pivot ball, and installed the hydraulic slave, see link below, is this okay?  I have the throwout bearing up against the clutch.  This should help me get the fork to stay in place when I re-install the tranny.  Any advice is appreciated, and wish me luck in getting that heavy thing  lined up again.

 

 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/hjsabqjbsm7y54u/2014-09-16%2020.58.14.jpg?dl=0

 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/x713zgk1vcmsen6/2014-09-16%2020.54.50.jpg?dl=0

 

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Holy wow ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^should be a DRY housing, that is way too wet to put back together that way, fix the leak before reassembling or you will be doing another clutch very shortly if it is still an active leak, unless it was the slave or trans input that leaked if so take the bell housing off and spray it down real good with some brake cleaner to dry it out a bit..

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